Knowledge, Technology & Policy LO18116

John Dicus (
Sun, 17 May 1998 12:02:50 -0400

Replying to LO18096 --

At 02:06 PM 5/13/98 -0500, David Clarke wrote:

>The Editorial Board of "Knowledge, Technology & Policy" is receptive to
>work that rests in the nexus of the three areas mentioned in the title. By
>"knowledge" we mean epistemology, particularly how changing technologies
>impact the way we learn and know things. "Policy" refers to what we should
>do about it (if anything) as individuals, communities and governments.
>Here are some key phrases indicative of KT&P's purview:

Dear David,

What do you mean by "technology?" I've been increasingly interested in
what "we" all mean when we use that word -- what it implies.


John Dicus


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